Works  |  2016
Do All Daddies Have Gray Suits?
A short scene
Shadow performance
Performance from backstage


From a point of view of a little girl, who witnessed the assassination of her father, the memory play Do All Daddies Have Gray Suits? uses live performers shadow techniques and video projection to create a unique theatre experience. The use of live shadow caster performers who tell the story by using body language, costume design, and masks accompanied by artistic interpretations using a naiveté of a child. Despite the fact that it is a real-life story, the narrative creates a tale with surreal characters. This story with projection is accompanied by experimental music and the narration. The intertwined and transitory language of cinema, physical performance, puppets, shadow performers and animation playfully enact the interpretation of the girl.